This weeks thing is a servo mount for the Point Grey Flea2 and Chameleon Cameras. These cameras are fairly popular for robotics since they have a global shutter which is often critical for machine vision tasks.
This can be used to provide pan or tilt control of the camera with an standard servo. In this case a Hi-Tec HS-325HB servo has sufficient torque to accurately position the camera.
The mounting plate can be connected to the servo using M1.6 screws or M2x6mm screws with nuts. You could probably modify the design to work with imperial sizes if you wanted to.
If you want to try making your own, the part files, as always, are available at Thingiverse and if you don't a have a 3D printer you can buy the mounting plate here.
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